A cast-iron skillet and a deep-fry or candy thermometer will help you fry up the best batch of fried chicken.
A cast-iron skillet and a deep-fry or candy thermometer will help you fry up the best batch of fried chicken. KARSTEN MORAN Karsten Moran/New York Times
A cast-iron skillet and a deep-fry or candy thermometer will help you fry up the best batch of fried chicken. KARSTEN MORAN Karsten Moran/New York Times

Batter up (or brine): Here’s your guide to perfect fried chicken

June 06, 2017 11:01 AM

UPDATED June 06, 2017 01:54 PM

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